Mirror Passage

By: Wellington Enterprises  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Magician, Illusion

This illusion was invented by Luis de Matos of Portugal and we're pleased to have been chosen to offer it to the magician fraternity. The magician steps behind a large mirror which is on legs, allowing all to see under the mirror. When the magician walks behind it, he is completely hidden, except for his legs, which remain visible under the mirror. There are two holes in the mirror and the magician places his hands through them. He is next handed a rolled-up cloth which he allows to unroll. The cloth is then held up and immediately dropped. The magician has penetrated the mirror and is now standing in front of it.

When set up, the mirror is quite large, but packs to a convenient size and is supplied with an ATA case which measures 52 1/4" x 39" x 15".

Walking Through a Mirror w/ATA Case $6250.00

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Illusion, Magician

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